The role of a writer is not to say what we all can say, but what we are unable to say

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10 responses to “The role of a writer is not to say what we all can say, but what we are unable to say

  1. I’m being taken to see the Half Blood Prince (quite excited, LOVE the Harry)… in fact I was supposed to be seeing it today but alas, it shall need to be next week 😦

    Lavender looks like an absolute nutter, only Ron would attract a nutter!!!

    x

  2. I think I need a vintage typewriter in my apartment…

  3. haha yes i love suede! i’m a britpop girl 🙂

    i could say the same about your blog – i WANT this typewriter!! xx

  4. Beautiful quote 🙂 And I so, so, so, so want a typewriter for writing my stories on! I love using pen and paper, but I really do want a typewriter too.

  5. this typewriter is the most beautiful shade, a lovely photograph and quote

  6. Great quote…and congrats, I’ve given you an award because i think your blog is awesome!
    http://trishiekoh.blogspot.com/2009/07/i-got-awards.html

  7. I LOVE Anais Nin…especially her diaries.

  8. Pretty pictures. The quote is so true. Have a lovely weekend:)

  9. Gosh! I so agree with that. Not just to say it, but to say it well.
    Thank you.

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